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            The study examined the human capacity building (HCB) of micro and small technical enterprises (MSTEs) in Southwestern Nigeria (SN). The study used questionnaire for data collection. The questionnaire were administered on three hundred respondents in SN; Lagos, Oyo, Ondo and Ekiti states. Two hundred and forty-nine (83%) were retrieved and used for the analysis of the study. The study was analysed with both descriptive and inferential statistics.
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This study will identify the types of dating violence and prevalence of dating violence among the students in the selected universities in Southwestern Nigeria. It will also examine factors influencing dating violence among the university students in Southwestern Nigeria. The study will use multistage sampling technique: three universities will be selected purposively from the universities in the study area, these selected universities will involve one federal university, one state university and one private university.
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19 Apr 2018
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This study examined the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) practices used in selected airlines in the Nigerian Aviation industry. It investigated the factors
influencing the effective deployment of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for CRM and determined the effects of ICT on the performance of the
industry. The study was conducted in the Head Offices of the local airlines (Lagos state and the Federal Capital Territory Abuja). A multistage sampling technique was
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Technical Entrepreneurship is a catalyst for wealth creation, poverty reduction, socioeconomic empowerment, self sustenance and national development. Meanwhile, one of the prominent problems in southwestern Nigeria is inadequate skilled labour for technical jobs and inadequate entrepreneurial leadership. Hence, there is need for entrepreneurial skills among technicians in the area of knowledge and network ties for entrepreneurial success. The study was carried out in Osun State.
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The study examined the knowledge areas of operators of micro and small technical enterprises (MSTEs) in Southwestern Nigeria. It investigated the extents and depth of operators’ collaborations and evaluated the influence of operators’ knowledge and network ties on their performance. The study covered technical entrepreneurs in southwestern Nigeria. Data were collected from primary and secondary sources. Multistage sampling technique was used for the study. Data collected were
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19 Apr 2018
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This is a working paper that explains how human capital and innovations influence the performance of technology-based enterprises in Nigeria

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